The Internet of Stings; WiFi for Your Beehive

The Internet of Stings; WiFi for Your Beehive

New Zealand based beekeeping technology company, Hivemind Ltd, have released a new WiFi beehive scale and smartphone app that will allow urban beekeepers, bee educators and researchers, to better monitor their bees and more easily share their knowledge about these vitally important pollinators. A crowdfunding campaign for the product is currently live on the indiegogo platform here: - June 30, 2015 - Hivemind

3,000 Insect Scientists Coming to Reno, NV, Nov 13-16, 2011

The Entomological Society of America invites journalists from accredited news organizations and public information officers to register for a complimentary press pass to Entomology 2011, the largest insect science meeting in the world, in Reno, NV, Nov 13-16, 2011. - October 30, 2011 - Entomological Society of America

White House Inspires Beekeepers Across the U.S.

Obama family joins the growing ranks of Americans engaged in the emerging backyard beekeeping movement, an extension of the local food movement. - March 25, 2009 - The Honeybee Conservancy

The Next Eco Revolution: Backyard Beekeeping

This Spring, underground beekeeping movement emerges as Americans try to stem mystery bee deaths. A new underground environmental movement is afoot in communities across America this Spring: beekeeping. Beekeeping season begins late March and an increasing number of Americans have turned to... - March 24, 2009 - The Honeybee Conservancy

NYC Citizens Anxious About Upcoming City Council Vote to Legalize Beekeeping in NYC

NYC to Buzz With New Beekeeping Activity Should Bill Pass. With the recent news that Denver has joined the ranks of major cities that have decriminalized beekeeping, New York City residents are hopeful that an upcoming City Council vote will legalize beekeeping in the Big Apple. In New York City,... - March 12, 2009 - The Honeybee Conservancy

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